The Beta of the upcoming OpenNebula 6.2 “Red Square” (now featuring a preview of the new version of Sunstone) is now available for download!
As usual, the OpenNebula 6.2 codename refers to a nebula, in this case to the Red Square Nebula, which is a celestial object located in the area of the sky occupied by star MWC 922 in the constellation Serpens. It is notable for its square shape, which according to Sydney University astrophysicist Peter Tuthill, makes it one of the most nearly discrete-symmetrical celestial objects ever imaged. The splendor of the symmetry is what we are looking forward to in the new Sunstone, reborn from the candle lit by FireEdge
The OpenNebula team is now transitioning to “bug-fixing mode”. Note that this is a first beta release aimed at testers and developers to try the new features, and we welcome you to send feedback for the final release. Please check the known issues before submitting an issue through GitHub. Also note that being a beta, there is no migration path from the previous stable version (6.0.x) nor migration path to the final stable version (6.2.0). A list of open issues can be found in the GitHub development portal.
Many thanks in advance for your contributions!!